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BATTLING THE NEW WORLD ORDER
Patriots and Armed Militias When President Bush announced that his new foreign policy would helpbuild a “new world order,” his words surged through the Christian and secu-lar Hard Right like an electric shock. Conspiracists had used the phrase fordecades to represent the dreaded collectivist One World Government. Afew Christians saw Bush as signaling the End Times betrayal by a worldleader. Secular anticommunists saw a bold attempt to smash U..S. sover-eignty and impose a tyrannical collectivist system run by the United Na-tions. Out of this came a resurgence of populist vigilante organizing—thePatriot movement and its armed wing, the citizens militias.1The old feud between business multinationalists and business national-ists was part of the context, building on preexisting antiglobalist sentimentswithin the Right.2So, too, was the paleoconservative attack on neocon-servatives, and paleocon Patrick Buchanan’s 1992 campaign against GeorgeBush in the Republican presidential primaries. In the December 1991speech announcing his candidacy, Buchanan trumpeted neoisolationist andxenophobic themes that would soon be embraced by the Patriot move-ment. Denouncing Bush’s New World Order doctrine, Buchanan champi-oned nationalism as “the dynamic force shaping [the post-Cold War]world.” “All the institutions of the Cold War,” he declared, “from vast per-manent U.S. armies on foreign soil, to old alliances against Communist ene-mies that no longer exist, to billions in foreign aid, must be re-examined.”He denounced “the predatory traders of Europe or Asia who have targetedthis or that American industry for dumping or destruction,” and warnedthat U.S. sovereignty was threatened “by the rise of a European superstateand a dynamic Asia led by Japan.”3Buchanan’s portrayal of Bush as a symbol of the sinister Eastern eliteadded producerist conspiracism to the Patriot backlash against globalizationand foreign competition. Buchanan’s calls for limiting immigration of Blacks,287